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  • A Pillow Fight at West Point Turns Bloody and Bone-Breaking

    A Pillow Fight at West Point Turns Bloody and Bone-Breaking

    For generations, freshmen cadets at the United States Military Academy have marked the end of a grueling summer of training with a huge nighttime pillow fight that is billed as a harmless way to blow off steam and build class spirit.

  • A Glass for Enjoying a Sip of Whisky While Floating in Space

    A Glass for Enjoying a Sip of Whisky While Floating in Space

    When space tourism finally takes off and the rich and famous head off for a holiday in orbit as easily as on the Riviera, they may want to sip something stronger than Tang as they gaze down at Earth.

  • Treatment of Migrants Evokes Memories of Europe's Darkest Hour

    Treatment of Migrants Evokes Memories of Europe's Darkest Hour

    Jewish and human rights figures warn of historical amnesia as migrants are tricked into going to camps, marked with identification numbers and denounced as dangerous outsiders with a foreign religion.

  • Roger Federer, Andy Murray in Saturday Special at US Open

    Roger Federer, Andy Murray in Saturday Special at US Open

    Roger Federer, a five-time winner in New York from 2004-2008 and runner-up in 2009, takes a 9-0 career record into his clash with German 29th seed Philipp Kohlschreiber.

  • Serena Williams Says She's Not on Edge but 'I'm Not a Robot'

    Serena Williams Says She's Not on Edge but 'I'm Not a Robot'

    Top-ranked Serena Williams struggled early but revived in time for a 3-6, 7-5, 6-0 victory Friday over 101st-ranked US compatriot Bethanie Mattek-Sands to reach the fourth round on the New York hardcourts.

  • Eugenie Bouchard's Star Is Back on Its Rising Trajectory

    Eugenie Bouchard's Star Is Back on Its Rising Trajectory

    Still considered one of the sport's rising stars, with magazine spreads and endorsement deals and all the outsize expectations that are unavoidable for a player of her stature, Eugenie Bouchard arrived in Queens merely hoping to reassemble her confidence.

  • Pakistani Alleged Narco Brothers Extradited to US

    Pakistani Alleged Narco Brothers Extradited to US

    Two Pakistani brothers were extradited to New York on Friday to face charges that they conspired to smuggle heroin into America and sell missile launchers to Colombian rebels, prosecutors said.

  • For This Facebook Post on Iranian Father and Son, a Comment From POTUS

    For This Facebook Post on Iranian Father and Son, a Comment From POTUS

    A photo of a father and son taken in the city of Tabriz in Iran pulled many a heartstring on those Facebook users who saw it. Among them was POTUS.

  • Image of a Small, Still Syrian Boy Brings Migration Crisis Into Focus

    Image of a Small, Still Syrian Boy Brings Migration Crisis Into Focus

    The smugglers had promised Abdullah Kurdi a motorboat for the trip from Turkey to Greece, a step on the way to a new life in Canada. Instead, they showed up with a 15-foot rubber raft that flipped in high waves, dumping Kurdi, his wife, and their two small sons into the sea.

  • Indian Automaker Tata Aims to Restore Jaguar's Cachet in U.S.

    Indian Automaker Tata Aims to Restore Jaguar's Cachet in U.S.

    When Tata Motors acquired the Jaguar and Land Rover brands in 2008, the deal added a new twist to the rapid globalization of the auto industry.

  • Friendship Between Putin and Xi Becomes Strained as Economies Falter

    Friendship Between Putin and Xi Becomes Strained as Economies Falter

    They have met more than a dozen times and stood shoulder to shoulder during Thursday's military parade here. But the once-vaunted relationship between the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, and Russia's leader, Vladimir Putin, has come under strain as the economies of their countries have faltered.

  • Murder Case Highlights a Web of Flaws in India's Justice System

    Murder Case Highlights a Web of Flaws in India's Justice System

    In the middle of last week, with the arrest of former media executive Indrani Mukerjea on suspicion of involvement in her daughter's death, India's crime reporters embarked on their latest bender.

  • A Terrifying Matchup Even Before It Materialises

    A Terrifying Matchup Even Before It Materialises

    Serena Williams has always been an intimidating opponent for all the players who have faced her on court.

  • A Defeat. Retirement. Then a Win. All in a Day.

    A Defeat. Retirement. Then a Win. All in a Day.

    Moments after Raymond and Madison Keys lost, 2-6, 4-6, to Laura Robson and Kirsten Flipkens on Thursday in the first round of the women's doubles tournament at the U.S. Open, Raymond said she was done playing tennis. Her career on the court was over - or so she thought - and her career as an assistant coach with Keys' team was about to begin in ear...

  • US Open: Andy Murray Survives Scare, Backs New Rules to Cut Down Retirements

    US Open: Andy Murray Survives Scare, Backs New Rules to Cut Down Retirements

    Third seed and 2012 champion Murray triumphed 5-7, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 after his world number 35 opponent had threatened to condemn him to his earliest loss in New York since his debut in 2005.

  • Military Parade in China Gives Xi Jinping a Platform to Show Grip on Power

    Military Parade in China Gives Xi Jinping a Platform to Show Grip on Power

    Thousands of troops stood arrayed at perfect, hushed attention around Tiananmen Square. Hundreds of Communist Party elders, foreign dignitaries and diplomats watched on. It was then, on live television, that President Xi Jinping stepped forward to announce that the Chinese military, on proud display to mark 70 years since the end of World War II, w...

  • Brutal Images of Syrian Boy Drowned Off Turkey Must Be Seen, Activists Say

    Brutal Images of Syrian Boy Drowned Off Turkey Must Be Seen, Activists Say

    At least 12 migrants fleeing the war in Syria, including two young boys, drowned on Wednesday while trying to reach the Greek island of Kos from the Turkish resort town of Bodrum, according to Turkey's state-owned Anadolu news agency.

  • To Prime Minister Modi, a Message From a Dharavi Man

    To Prime Minister Modi, a Message From a Dharavi Man

    This voice from the small scale business strata has a message for Prime Minister Modi. Read on to find out what it is.

  • $1 Million Laptop Theft, and Story Prosecutors Say Did Not Add Up

    $1 Million Laptop Theft, and Story Prosecutors Say Did Not Add Up

    Two brothers toting more than $1 million in Apple laptops destined for two New Jersey high schools made an alarming report last year to the police in Yorktown, New York: Their haul had been stolen from a parking lot near their home.

  • China, at Parade Showing Military Might, Says It Will Cut Its Forces by 300,000

    China, at Parade Showing Military Might, Says It Will Cut Its Forces by 300,000

    President Xi Jinping of China announced Thursday that he would reduce the country's military personnel by 300,000, using a speech marking 70 years since the end of World War II to present the People's Liberation Army as a force for peace and regional stability.

  • Before the Pope's Visit, a 180-Foot-Tall Francis Arrives in Midtown

    Before the Pope's Visit, a 180-Foot-Tall Francis Arrives in Midtown

    Van Hecht-Nielsen and a team of three are creating possibly the largest mural of Francis ever painted by hand, overlooking Madison Square Garden.

  • Beijing Turns Into Ghost Town as It Gears Up for Military Parade

    Beijing Turns Into Ghost Town as It Gears Up for Military Parade

    Police and paramilitary units fanned out in streets across central Beijing on Wednesday, shutting down the heart of this world capital in preparation for a parade of some 12,000 Chinese troops called by President Xi Jinping to showcase the nation's rising might for a global audience.

  • Fish Gives Way to Spaniard and the Heat and Heads Into Retirement

    Fish Gives Way to Spaniard and the Heat and Heads Into Retirement

    Mardy Fish surrendered to Feliciano Lopez in his US Open 2015 match and with it, called time on his career.

  • The Tomato Sandwich Perfected

    The Tomato Sandwich Perfected

    When tomatoes are in season, you cant do better than a simple tomato sandwich.

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